As an internal strategy document put it, Purdue’s ambition was to “attach an emotional aspect to noncancer pain” so that doctors would feel pressure to “treat it more seriously and aggressively.” The company rebranded pain relief as a sacred right: a universal narcotic entitlement available not only to the terminally ill but to every American.
Found the pushers.
b_b - Regarding our (Lack of ) conversation on this post.
This is who I was referring to when I was talking about Pushers. Not the family per-se, but the people who profited from lying to physicians. These are criminals of the highest order.